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    Bị đánh hội đồng, Bạch Nga dùng hắc ngữ.




    Belarus airline chief decries airspace restrictions by EU states

    The head of Belarusian national airline Belavia on Saturday condemned as "despicable" the decision by numerous EU countries to impose airspace restrictions on the carrier following the forced landing of a passenger jet in Minsk.

    Most of Belarus's neighbours and many other European nations have banned Belavia flights amid outrage over Sunday's forced landing of a Ryanair (RYA.I) jet en route to Lithuania from Greece and the arrest of a dissident journalist on board.

    The EU has proposed closing its airspace to state-owned Belavia and stopping it from landing at EU airports.

    In a post on his Facebook page on Saturday, Belavia director Igor Tcherginets said such steps amounted to sanctions on the carrier, which he described as innocent.

    "It is evident that these governments planned not only to close their countries for landing by our airplanes, but also, with an especially fascist perversity, they are closing air corridors one by one. They are mocking us," Tcherginets wrote.

    He criticised European governments for imposing the restrictions before the International Civil Aviation Organization had investigated the incident.

    "All this is happening before an investigation of the incident, for which there may be some guilty parties, but Belavia is definitely not among them," he added.

    "They punish innocent Belavia, without even beginning an investigation. It's despicable."


    Belarus has said it was responding to a bomb threat when it scrambled a MiG-29 fighter plane to escort the Ryanair jet down and authorities in Minsk then arrested Roman Protasevich - a blogger and critic of President Alexander Lukashenko - and his girlfriend. European leaders have accused Belarus of state-sponsored piracy.

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    Bị đánh hội đồng, Bạch Nga dùng hắc ngữ.




    Belarus airline chief decries airspace restrictions by EU states

    The head of Belarusian national airline Belavia on Saturday condemned as "despicable" the decision by numerous EU countries to impose airspace restrictions on the carrier following the forced landing of a passenger jet in Minsk.

    Most of Belarus's neighbours and many other European nations have banned Belavia flights amid outrage over Sunday's forced landing of a Ryanair (RYA.I) jet en route to Lithuania from Greece and the arrest of a dissident journalist on board.

    The EU has proposed closing its airspace to state-owned Belavia and stopping it from landing at EU airports.

    In a post on his Facebook page on Saturday, Belavia director Igor Tcherginets said such steps amounted to sanctions on the carrier, which he described as innocent.

    "It is evident that these governments planned not only to close their countries for landing by our airplanes, but also, with an especially fascist perversity, they are closing air corridors one by one. They are mocking us," Tcherginets wrote.

    He criticised European governments for imposing the restrictions before the International Civil Aviation Organization had investigated the incident.

    "All this is happening before an investigation of the incident, for which there may be some guilty parties, but Belavia is definitely not among them," he added.

    "They punish innocent Belavia, without even beginning an investigation. It's despicable."


    Belarus has said it was responding to a bomb threat when it scrambled a MiG-29 fighter plane to escort the Ryanair jet down and authorities in Minsk then arrested Roman Protasevich - a blogger and critic of President Alexander Lukashenko - and his girlfriend. European leaders have accused Belarus of state-sponsored piracy.

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    U.S. drawing up targeted sanctions on Belarus officials after plane incident

    The Biden administration said on Friday it is drawing up a list of targeted sanctions against key members of the Belarusian government following the former Soviet republic’s forced landing of a passenger jet and arrest of a journalist on board.

    White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the United States was also suspending a 2019 agreement between Washington and Minsk that allowed carriers from each country to use the other's airspace, and taking other actions against the government of President Alexander Lukashenko.

    In a statement, she called on Lukashenko to allow a credible international investigation into the events of May 23, when the Ryanair passenger jet flying from Greece to Lithuania was forced to land in Minsk.

    Belarusian authorities scrambled a fighter jet and flagged what turned out to be a false bomb alert to force the plane to land, then detained an opposition journalist who was on board, drawing condemnation from Europe and the United States.

    Psaki said the United States, with the EU and other allies, was developing a list of targeted sanctions against key members of Lukashenko's government "associated with ongoing abuses of human rights and corruption, the falsification of the 2020 election, and the events of May 23".

    The United States last year imposed sanctions on eight Belarus officials over an August 2020 election that the West said was rigged.

    President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that sanctions against Belarus were “in play”, without giving details.

    The Treasury Department will develop an executive order for Biden to sign that will provide increased authorities to impose sanctions on elements of Lukashenko's government, and the United States will re-impose "full blocking sanctions" on nine Belarusian state-owned enterprises on June 3, prohibiting U.S. persons from dealing with those businesses.

    Last month the United States revoked an authorization for certain transactions with the nine sanctioned state-owned enterprises over alleged human rights violations and abuses.

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    Đ.M. NSA rình chung?


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    Germany, France demand answers on US-Danish spying scandal
    Leaders in Europe have reacted to the revelations that Danish authorities cooperated with the NSA's spying operations — which included tapping Angela Merkel's mobile phone.


    While Merkel and Macron urged for answers, the German chancellor said she was "reassured" with Denmark's response

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday that they expected an explanation regarding the revelations that the Danish secret service had aided the US in spying on European leaders.

    An investigation carried out by a group of European news outlets and broadcasters discovered that Danish intelligence had helped the National Security Agency (NSA) to spy on top politicians in Germany, France and other countries between 2012 and 2014 — when Joe Biden was serving as vice president.

    Macron condemned the actions by Danish authorities following a meeting with Merkel, with the German chancellor agreeing that answers from Washington and Copenhagen were required.

    What did Macron and Merkel say?

    "This is not acceptable between allies, and even less between allies and European partners," Macron said.

    The French president stressed the importance of good relations between Europe and the US, but underlined that there was "no room for suspicion."

    He added that he was waiting for "complete clarity" from Danish and US allies. Merkel followed up that she "could only agree" with Macron's sentiments.

    The chancellor did, however, take a slightly softer tone — saying that she was "reassured" by the remarks from Denmark's current Defense Minister Trine Bramsen.

    "In this regard I see a good basis not only for the resolution of the matter, but also to really come to trusted relations," she said.

    Bramsen, who did not hold the post during the period in question, has not confirmed the reports and only gave a blanket condemnation of any eavesdropping on close allies as "unacceptable."

    Bramsen was made aware of the actions of the Danish intelligence service in late 2020, according to Danish public broadcaster DR. Not long after, top intelligence officials were removed from their positions, although no explanation was given at the time.

    How did others react?

    Denmark's Scandinavian neighbors also demanded answers after the report revealed that the NSA had also spied on Norwegian and Swedish leaders with Danish support.

    "It's unacceptable if countries which have close allied cooperation feel the need to spy on one another," Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg told NRK, a public broadcaster that also took part in the investigation.

    Swedish Defense Minister Peter Hultqvist had also been "in contact with Denmark's defense minister to ask if Danish platforms have been used to spy on Swedish politicians".

    Edward Snowden — the former NSA worker who released thousands of classified documents in 2013 shining a light on the vast spying operations — also called for an explanation.

    "There should be an explicit requirement for full public disclosure not only from Denmark, but their senior partner as well," he wrote on Twitter.

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    Pháp luật: nói thực mới vực được đạo

    Thirteen on trial over online threats to French teen who insulted Islam
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...insulted-islam

    Thirteen people have gone on trial in France charged with online harassment, including death threats, against a teenage girl who was placed under police protection after posting anti-Islam rants on social media.

    Even Emmanuel Macron came to her defence, saying that “the law is clear. We have the right to blaspheme, to criticise and to caricature religions.”

    Investigators eventually identified 13 people aged 18 to 30 from several French regions and charged them with online harassment, with some also accused of threatening death or other criminal acts.

    The accused face up to two years in prison and fines of €30,000 for online harassment.

    A conviction of death threats carries a maximum penalty of three years in prison – two people previously convicted of death threats against Mila have received prison terms.

    Đạo cao một thước, Pháp cao một trượng.

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    Norway summons US embassy official over spying claims
    The move comes amid revelations this week that Denmark helped the US National Security Agency spy on political leaders in Europe, including German Chancellor Merkel.



    The Norwegian government summoned a US embassy official on Thursday over spying reports.

    Danish broadcaster DR revealed on Sunday that Danish spies collaborated with their US counterparts to eavesdrop on political leaders and officials in Germany, France, Sweden and Norway.

    Those targeted reportedly included German Chancellor Angela Merkel, then German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and former German opposition leader Peer Steinbrück.

    The revelation came to light from a 2014 internal investigation by the Danish Defense Intelligence Service (FE) on its cooperation with US National Security Agency (NSA). DR spoke to anonymous intelligence figures privy to that report.

    They reportedly collaborated between 2012 and 2014.

    How has Norway reacted?

    Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg told Norwegian news agency NTB that "the Americans have clearly said that they changed their practice in 2014 when it comes to monitoring allies, and that they will work with us and others to clarify what has happened."

    "We have today met with the US embassy in Oslo to follow up on this invitation," Solberg told the NTB.

    On Thursday, she met with the Danish prime minister, where she said that espionage against allies is "unacceptable and unnecessary," public broadcaster NRK reported.

    Defense Minister Frank Bakke-Jensen met with officials in the US embassy to convey that same message, his ministry said in a post on Twitter.

    aw/rt (AP, AFP)

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    Anh hùng, Anh dũng:

    ‘France is for ever grateful’: Normandy memorial for British D-day troops unveiled
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ay-ver-sur-mer

    On Sunday, the names of 22,442 soldiers under British command who died on D-day and the subsequent Battle of Normandy were engraved in stone as a permanent reminder of their sacrifice as a new British Normandy memorial was unveiled.

    For a second year, the former service personnel who took part in the largest sea invasion in history that marked the beginning of the end of Nazi Germany, were absent even as their numbers dwindle.

    Three veterans living in France were present: Briton David Mylchreest, 97, formerly a 2nd lieutenant with the 43rd Wessex Division, who lives in Normandy and who landed at Arromanches six days after D-day.

    “It’s a great privilege to be here today. We have wonderful cemeteries in the area and this is a final permanent reminder. It’s a reminder of the 22,000-plus young men who were gone so we could live the sort of lives we have now,” Mylchreest said.

    Anh hùng đâu tá tính danh là gì?
    (Đoạn trường tân thanh)

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    Khi người đánh ta má trái, đưa luôn má phải cho oánh tiếp.




    Pháp: Công luận đồng loạt lên án vụ tát tổng thống Macron


    Tổng thống Pháp Emmanuel Macron trở lại tiếp xúc với đám đông dân chúng tại thành phố Valence, miền đông nam nước Pháp ngày 08/06/2021, vài tiếng đồng hồ sau khi bị tát. © PHILIPPE DESMAZES POOL/AFP

    Tổng thống Pháp Emmanuel Macron, chiều hôm qua 08/06/2021, đã bị một người tấn công khi ông đến thăm Tain-l’Hermitage, thuộc tỉnh Drôme, đông nam nước Pháp. Vụ việc ngay lập tức đã làm dấy lên những phản ứng phẫn nộ từ chính giới cũng như dư luận báo chí.

    Sự việc diễn ra bên ngoài một trường dạy nghề mà ông Emmanuel Macron vừa tới thăm. Khi đến chào hỏi một đám đông đứng sau hàng rào bảo vệ. Một người đàn ông bất ngờ giơ tay tát vào mặt tổng thống cùng những lời sỉ vả ông. Lực lượng bảo vệ tổng thống đã nhanh chóng can thiệp bắt giữ kẻ tấn công.

    Cảnh tượng đã được một người dân ghi hình lại bằng điện thoại và đưa lên mạng xã hội ngay sau đó. Vào thời điểm đó, tại chỗ không có các phóng viên báo chí. Ông Macron sau đó tiếp tục chuyến thăm như lịch trình và ăn trưa tại một nhà hàng ở thành phố Valence.

    Phủ tổng thống đã xác nhận sự cố nhưng giảm thiểu tính chất nghiêm trọng của vụ việc. Vài giờ sau trên Twitter, tổng thống Macron gọi đây là « sự việc cá biệt » của một vài « cá nhân cực kỳ thô bạo » mà theo ông, không đáng phải tranh luận nhiều.

    Sau khi vụ việc xảy ra, chính quyền đã mở điều tra về hành vi bạo lực đối với người đang thực thi công vụ. Hai người đàn ông đã bị tạm giữ, khoảng 28 tuổi, đều không có tiền án tiền sự.

    Hiện tại, chính quyền không công bố lai lịch cũng như động cơ của nghi can đã tát vào mặt tổng thống. Nhiều khả năng đối tượng là thành viên của một phong trào cực hữu ở Pháp, từng có những hành động thô bạo tấn công các chính trị gia khác.

    Ngay lập tức, hàng loạt các nhân vật thuộc các đảng phái chính trị khác nhau đã đồng thanh lên án hành động tấn công thô bạo và bày tỏ sự thông cảm với tổng thống Pháp.

    Tổng thống Emmanuel Macron vẫn thường xuyên bị người dân chất vấn trong những lần công cán đến các địa phương trong nước. Đôi khi ông bị đám đông la ó, phản đối, nhưng đây là lần đầu tiên ông bị xâm phạm thân thể một cách thô bạo như vậy.

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    Germany introduces digital COVID-19 pass

    Berlin intends to roll out a digital immunity certificate by the end of June, making it easier to prove that a person has been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. But critics warn the timeframe is too ambitious.


    German pharmacies are supposed to start issuing the digital COVID vaccine certificates from Monday

    German Health Minister Jens Spahn said on Thursday that Germany will roll out a digital immunity certificate "CovPass" by the end of June, making it easier to definitively prove that a person has been fully vaccinated.

    The digital pass is to become available alongside Germany's traditional yellow paper vaccination booklet, he stressed.



    People who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and those who have recovered have recently become exempt from many restrictions in Germany. This includes travel restrictions, something that is very relevant inall of Europe ahead of the summer vacation time.

    The embattled health minister from the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has been announcing new COVID-19 measures and spreading optimism on a daily basis of late. Observers see this also as an attempt to garner voter support, ahead of the general election in September, where Spahn's party is seeking to hold on to power.

    So starting next week, Germans will be able to prove they have been fully vaccinated by simply showing an app on their smartphones. Those who have already received all their jabs are supposed to be able to receive their digital certification retroactively.

    In Germany, COVID-19 vaccines are administered in vaccination centers, by general practitioners, and since very recently also by company doctors.

    All those who have already received their second vaccination at the vaccination center are supposed to automatically receive their vaccination e-certificate by post in the next few weeks. Using the QR code contained therein, the data can be uploaded to the apps intended for this, such as "CovPass" or the Corona warning app.

    But doctors and pharmacists are ill-prepared and feel at a loss.

    The reimbursement for the extra work of issuing the digital certificate has been regulated: Doctors have been promised €2-€6 ($2.4-$7.3) reimbursement for each digital document they issue to the patients they vaccinate. For the retroactive issuing of a certificate clinics, vaccination centers and pharmacies will receive €18.

    There are 20,000 pharmacies in Germany; they can register for the digital vaccine certification procedure as of this week.

    But Andreas Müller, a pharmacist in Berlin who did not wish to see his real name published, told DW on Wednesday that he still had no information on how this is really supposed to work.

    "I received a confirmation mail from the pharmacists' association confirming that we may issue the digital certificate. But that was it, no additional information!" He shrugs his shoulders.

    "We're supposed to start on Monday. But I don't know how to do this. I have no software for it. And I don't know how to tell a fake paper certificate from a real one." This really worries him, as issuing a fake certificate is punishable as an offense and carries a fine.

    The pharmacist already had eight people come in on Wednesday asking for a digital certificate. In the pharmacy around the corner, there were even 20 people who all had to be turned away without being able to tell them when they'd be able to start giving out the digital certificates. "It almost makes me want to laugh," Müller says with a look of despair.

    Almost 20 million people in Germany have been fully vaccinated. They all have little vaccine stickers and stamps along in their yellow vaccination booklets. But many people don't want the hassle of having to carry it with them at all times — not least for fear of losing it.

    A certificate on a smartphone app would be much easier for restaurant visits or travel.

    The European Parliament announced its authorization of the use of digital COVID-19 certificates within the European Union on Wednesday, saying that it is now up to member states to apply the rules.

    The measures will come into effect from July 1 and will last for 12 months.

    The proposed certificates would enable more secure travel between EU countries by validating whether someone has been fully vaccinated, has recently tested negative for the virus, or has recovered from the disease. The EU will also provide €100 million ($121.9 million) for the purchase of COVID-19 tests.

    But Germany is lagging behind. The country has managed to expand its national coronavirus tracing app to read QR codes certifying the vaccination. But it is unclear whether this will be compatible with the new EU app.

    General practitioner Michael Schäfer in Berlin is at a loss too. He doesn't know what to say when his patients ask him about the digital certificate. "We hear something new every day," he says. "But not how exactly it is supposed to work. It basically needs to be integrated in our administrative software, but administrative software provider PVS hasn't been given any instructions yet."

    The government wants PVS, the billing system for healthcare providers, to develop and distribute a relevant software update for the digital COVID-19 pass by no later than July 12 — but preferably before the end of June; however, Schäfer has his doubts whether that timeline is realistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Pháp: Công luận đồng loạt lên án vụ tát tổng thống Macron
    Tư cách Pháp nhân?

    Man who slapped Emmanuel Macron gets four-month jail sentence
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-jail-sentence

    The court in the south-east city of Valence convicted Tarel on Thursday on a charge of violence against a person invested with public authority. He was given four months in prison and an additional 14-month suspended sentence, and was banned from ever holding public office and from owning weapons for five years.

    Tarel described himself as a rightwing or extreme-right “patriot” and member of the gilets jaunes economic protest movement. He shouted a centuries-old royalist war cry as he hit the president.

    The charge of violence against a person invested with public authority is punishable by up to three years’ imprisonment and a fine of €45,000 ($54,000).
    Không nên đánh tổng thống dù chỉ bằng một cành hoa.
    (Pháp ngữ)

    Chửi thì nên.

 

 

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